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(1) Most teenagers would rather be out and about with their friends.
(2) We've been out and about talking to people all over the country.
(3) It's good to see old Mr Jenkins out and about again. Sentencedict.com
(4) The patient was out and about.
(5) Despite considerable pain she has been getting out and about almost as normal.
(6) They often saw me out and about.
(7) Their real killer is out and about.
(8) Despite all the drawbacks, I still enjoy getting out and about in the countryside whenever I can.
(9) All for getting out and about.
(10) More animals are out and about, running around.
(11) Perhaps Coun Thorne-Wallis should get out and about with the pushchair a little more.
(12) Try to get out and about whenever possible, making new friends and contacts.
(13) He got out and about more and began to enjoy life again.
(14) Equestrian: Kerry Millikin on Out and About is in third place heading into the jumping phase of the individual three-day event.
(15) Cupid be out and about, eager to couple you with someone you find fascinating.
(16) He'll be out and about very soon.
(17) He is out and about now after two weeks in hospital.
(18) Single Scorpios be out and about July 10!
(19) If not, be sure be out and about - you never know whom you will meet!
(20) You shouldn't have been out and about on public transport this evening.
(21) The doctor says she's making a good recovery from the infection and she should be out and about in a few days' time.
(22) Mr. White had a bad cold about a week ago, and he is out and about this morning.
(23) Then the local centre for the handicapped lent them a wheelchair, so they were able to get out and about.
(24) Bikers get more out of life, so climb down off your exercycle and get out and about for some fresh air.
(25) Do you ever wish you could get a message to somebody quickly when they are out and about?
(26) Both girls were keen cyclists and since they lived near the road they could get out and about.
(27) You are popular with canines and humans alike, so get out and about.
(28) Now, Mr. Koleba tries to meet women when he is out and about -- taking improvisational comedy classes, playing on a co-ed intramural soccer team, exercising with a runners group.
(29) Everybody who comes to Davos has at least one serendipitous encounter while out and about.
(30) The regulations were relaxed and the prisoners could get out and about a bit.
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